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The Curse of Oak Island documents brothers Rick and Marty Lagina as they pursue their lifelong dream of solving more than a 220-year old Oak Island mystery. For over two centuries, teams of searchers, including Franklin D. Roosevelt, have attempted to crack the code that will unearth the treasure believed to be buried on the small island off the coast of Nova Scotia. Armed with the knowledge of those that came before them, the muscle of heavy machinery and decades of engineering know-how, the Lagina's and their partners may be closer than anyone in history to finding the treasure that has so far claimed the lives of six men.
After dating the Spanish coin they found last summer to 1652, brothers Rick and Marty Lagina return to Oak Island and the strange triangle-shaped swamp to look for more clues to this 200-year-old mystery.
As Rick and Marty Lagina begin excavating the infamous Money Pit, a visitor shows them evidence that the treasures from King Solomon's Temple could be buried on Oak Island.
After hearing that a treasure of biblical proportions was buried on Oak Island 2500 years ago, Rick and Marty Lagina look for evidence to prove it while also trying to locate the original Money Pit.
Rick, Marty and the Oak Island team make a potentially historic discovery in the Money Pit.
A visitor comes to the island suggesting that he has discovered a secret method of getting to the treasure.
Rick searches for man-made flood tunnels; Marty and John visit Europe to track down a lead.
While work begins in the swamp, Rick and Marty travel to Scotland to investigate an incredible theory about the construction of the Money Pit.
Rick and Marty search the swamp for an alternate entrance into the Money Pit.
Rick and Marty take a team of divers to Oak Island.
Rick and Marty use sonar to map out the bottom chamber of the 10X borehole.
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